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Delete duplicates in a table (using a FOR UPDATE cursor and PL/SQL control)

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Delete duplicates in a table (using a FOR UPDATE cursor and PL/SQL control) description

This PL/SQL block deletes duplicate rows in a table, using a FOR UPDATE cursor and program control. Clear, concise comments are interspersed in the code. A test execution is included.


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@PSC_ReadMe_997_5.txt1Kb
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